Company/Organisation Name:Emerge Aotearoa
About the Company/Organisation
The Allan Duffy Recovery Centre is our Intensive Service for recovery located on the North Shore. We aim to provide a safe a nurturing space where whānau feel supported to live their best lives and caters for up to 6 Tangata Whaiora, who are working towards their recovery and rehabilitation to move into independent community living.
Our dedicated Kaimahi provide recovery orientated support and rehabilitation to Tangata whaiora with complex and enduring mental health needs. We are a 24/7 residential unit that works in collaboration with Tangata whaiora and their whanau to develop skills necessary to transition into more independent accommodation and support.
How to Apply
Apply for this role via our careers site – Mental Health Professional | Allan Duffy | North Shore – Careers at Emerge Aotearoa and upload your CV and cover letter telling us about yourself! This role will be advertised until filled so apply today.
He kōrero mō te tūranga - The role
We are looking for a mental health professional to join our Emerge Aotearoa whanau. You will need to be able to successfully interact with both whanau and support agencies, while possessing a strong understanding of cultural contexts and self-awareness.
When it comes to our resident's recovery and wellbeing, we make sure they're input is central to the decision-making process. You'll need to bring your clinical knowledge and evidence-based practice, as you'll be making a strong contribution to the planning and review of individualised support plans. You'll be able to identify achievable goals, encourage relationships, community participation and life skills.
This is a full-time permanent position and works on the following rostered shifts (7am to 3.30pm) shifts and afternoon (3pm to 11.30pm) Monday - Sunday.
He kōrero mōu - About you
Sometimes faced with challenging behavior you'll utilise your calmness to engage and empathise with whānau and be quick to think on your feet with how to deal with situations when whānau become unwell and are in need of support. You will need to be flexible and happy to pick up 'hands on' duties.
In addition to the above you will also have:
The ability to coach and mentor staff and communicate effectively will also be beneficial to this role.
Ko tā mātou mahi - We offer the following:
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